Depends on the version of Unix you are on exactly.  I customized the init
script quite a bit, so I don't use the one which ships with Resin.  Which
version/distribution are you using?  I can share the one I use if you'd


On Tue, Aug 31, 2010 at 4:10 AM, Mattias Jiderhamn <> wrote:

> (I am not by far a *nix wizz, nor the admin of our production servers,
> so please bear with me)
> Historically we have edited the /etc/init.d/resin script to customize
> the Resin startup, such as setting the server root directory or
> assigning CPU cores with taskdef.
> In the 4.0.x branch this file is overwritten at each minor upgrade by
> "make install". Does this mean this is (no longer) the recommended way
> of configuring the startup, and there is some other means we should look
> at instead...?
> --
>   </Mattias>
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